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smoooooth and mellow and satisfying and refreshing...Review by tim
This tea is great. You can't really go wrong if you like a mellow, earthy cooked Puerh(Posted on 7/26/13)
My favourite teaReview by Val
This is the tea I drink for breakfast every day. I was so pleased to find it here as I was running low on stock - the four boxes I bought about 4 years ago are almost gone and the previous stockist had no more. You've saved the day! It's just a wonderful drink and a complete contrast to the uncooked pu erh. Thank you for stocking it!(Posted on 5/23/13)
Satisfying and energising everyday cuppa.Review by adp3355
This tuo is well made, and contains large leaves and some stem. It unpicks easily when you get the nack (from the top, not the rim) so that the leaves don't break up too much. A small amount of leaves then makes a dark, rich and powerful brew, with 4-5 infusions easily possible before it begins to run out of steam. Earthy aromas are there, but not as pronounced as the Lincang loose cooked puerh. It has, however, a little more astringency, balanced by deep sweetness, which makes it very refreshing and satisfying. It also has a more refreshing and long lasting aftertaste and 'mouthfeel'. Is it good value? Well yes - a little goes a long way and it is very enjoyable. I will probably use it often in the mornings when I need perking up. If you are feeling short of cash though, go for the lincang loose puerh if it is available, as it is remarkable VFM.(Posted on 3/27/13)
|English Pronunciation||tsia gwan "tsia far too-oh" too-oh char|
|Year of Production||2005|
|Factory||Xiaguan Tea Factory|
|Harvesting Area||Baoshan, Lincang, Simao, Yunnan|
|Puerh Type||Tuo Cha (nest)|
|Liquor||Burgundy and clear|
|Quick Brewing Instructions||Use a yixing (zisha) teapot or gaiwan. 3-5g of tea per 140ml boiling water: 95°C (203°F) Wash tea briefly then make several 10-15 seconds infusions.
Read more about Puerh Tea in Canton Tea School.
|Puerh Vintage||2004 to 2008|